Heidegger Reading Group

This student led reading group on Heidegger is part of the TORCH Oxford Phenomenology Network. It aims to facilitate at least two objectives. On the one hand, the weekly meetings provide graduate students and researchers, who have interpretative stakes in what the project of Heidegger is all about, with a platform for discussing their views in reference to critical primary sources. On the other hand, the group creates an opportunity for the interested newcomers to develop what will hopefully prove a fair impression of Heidegger’s canon. We warmly welcome readers from all fields – not just Philosophy. We are keen to create an interdisciplinary group of inquiring minds, who are eager to grapple with Heidegger’s texts from whatever perspective intrigues them personally.
Type: Seminar Series
Series organiser: Maciej Czerkawski (University of Oxford)
Timing: Fridays at 9.30am
Web Address: http://www.torch.ox.ac.uk/clone-heidegger-reading-group
Organising department: Faculty of Philosophy


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Editors: Andy Davies, Annelies Lawson, Mario Baptiste